MIAMI, July 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This summer TOYS for BOYS' co-founder Danilo Diaz Granados orchestrated yet another unbelievable event for affluent guests in Miami. July's event featured fine cuisine, exclusive previews, helicopter rides, time at the racetrack, bottles of Dom Perignon, and a sunset boat ride. Since co-founding TOYS for BOYS in 2013, Granados has successfully held numerous hyper-sensory experiences for noble guests.
"I wanted to create an opportunity that would give our guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience," Danilo Diaz Granados said. "Men in Miami now have a place to check out the most extravagant, one-of-a-kind products and places."
Hand-selected guests at July's event were privileged to an intimate breakfast at Dame Zaha Hadid's One Thousand Museum sales center. Then they were given a private preview of the highly-anticipated residential building in the upscale Biscayne area of Miami.
"Our goal with each event is to offer guests an opportunity to connect with cuisine, art, and entertainment worthy of Miami's extravagant style," Granados explained.
Granados joined his guests on a 30-minute helicopter ride to Palm Beach Race Track where each man had the opportunity to jump behind the wheel and take a spin around the track. The event continued as guests returned via helicopter and were received with Dom Perignon champagne followed by a lunch served at the River Yacht Club on the Miami River hosted by Dom Perignon.
"We then wrapped up the day with a beautiful sunset boat ride in the bay," Granados continued. "Through the help of two of our great sponsors, Van Dutch and Technomar, we tested out their newest boats to conclude an amazing day in the city."
Danilo Diaz Granados along with his business partners worked with top tier companies and organizations to pull off an unforgettable day on land, air and sea. Sponsors included: One Thousand Museum, Air Commander Aerospace, Gryphon Racing and Van Dutch Americas.
About Danilo Diaz Granados:
Danilo Diaz Granados is a man on a mission. Danilo knew that he was destined to make a difference while he attended Babson College in Wellesley Massachusetts. He earned a degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship, and he decided to use that knowledge when he moved to Miami. Granados realized that the Latino community in Miami needed a luxury boutique that offered contemporary art, fine watches and jewelry as well as exotic automobiles in one unique store. Danilo decided to start The TOYS for BOYS Boutique based on that luxury concept. Danilo Diaz Granados can be found on social media, including Twitter @Danilo_G1, and Instagram.
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